Grays Executive Search launches HR division, appoints Bastow

Executive search, selection and interim firm Grays Executive Search has launched an HR practice specialising in placing both UK and international senior HR professionals.

Mon, 16 Mar 2015Executive search, selection and interim firm Grays Executive Search has launched an HR practice specialising in placing both UK and international senior HR professionals.

The practice is headed up by newly appointed Nigel Bastow, who joins as director with more than 20 years’ resourcing experience.

Before joining Grays, a division of the Cordant Group, Bastow undertook a number of high-profile interim assignments, including group resourcing at Commerical Bank of Qatar, global head of resourcing at Standard Bank, solution director at Capita.

He was head of resourcing, UK & Europe and Asia Pacific at RBS before establishing his interim business, NJB Resourcing Services.

Bastow will lead and develop the HR division from Grays’ offices in London and Birmingham.

The announcement comes just two months after the opening of a second office in Birmingham and the unveiling of Grays Executive Interim search division.

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